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May Podcast: Why Every Pastor Should Practice PechaKucha

5/21/2019
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In this month’s podcast, Steven talks about why every pastor should practice PechaKucha. We talk about how to flex some new preaching muscles and broadening our skill set.

Duration:00:12:32

April Podcast: The Balance Between Loving Your City & Your Church

4/18/2019
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In this month’s podcast, Steven talks to Gabe Kolstad about a simple switch every church can make to move your church forward. We talk about the balance every church needs to find between being Church Only vs City Only. Show Notes: GabeKolstad.com “One Simple Switch to Move Your Church Forward” [Original Article] Northwest Church Health & Growth Accelerator

Duration:00:26:33

March Podcast: How The Death of Mass Marketing is Changing Churches

3/6/2019
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In this month’s podcast, Steven talks about how a shift in mass marketing and entertainment is changing the expectations of the people in our communities. We talk about how it changes the ministries we offer, what we talk about on Sundays and the new strategies we may need to consider.

Duration:00:13:48

February Podcast: Why An Audience Disengages

2/7/2019
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In this months podcast, Steven talks about why an audience disengages. Whether you are leading a meeting, leading a small group, or preaching to a large room of people, your audience can disengage. You look around the room and glassy look that comes over someones eyes. It’s that moment you realize you’ve lost them.

Duration:00:15:17

January Podcast: The Two Hats Every Pastor Wears

1/3/2019
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As church leaders, we don’t want to be the only one coming up with new ideas but at the same time, it can be draining to sit across the table from someone telling you how much better this other church was. We want to encourage creativity, not be the place where ideas come to die.

Duration:00:10:45